Nearly every Sunday night, we have “dinner”. I usually cook something that takes more time and effort than either of us prepare during the week. On those nights, we have Rhodes Rolls. At least on those nights that I remember to put them out to rise in the early afternoon. Sometimes we get busy and I forget which is a shame because a fresh almost-homemade roll makes dinner so much more special. Now I have found a way to make those rolls even if I forget! The process is so amazing I find it magical! Make those rolls in your Crock Pot, yes, I said Crock Pot! This is all you do:
Get out your Crock Pot
And some Rhodes Rolls
Put in parchment paper and spray with some non-stick spray
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Place in several Rhodes frozen rolls
Set to low for 1 hour and 15 minutes – This will be the rising time and should look about like this when that time is up
Turn to high for 1 hour and 15 minutes – they will look like this: done but not browned on top
Turn your broiler on and after placing on a baking sheet, brush the rolls with butter and allow to brown for about 1 minute
So, if you remember that you forgot to set the rolls out and you still have 2 and ½ hours until you serve, you can still do it! How easy was that?
We had a special Mardi Gras Parfait to celebrate upcoming parades and parties. These will be fun for kids – just make instant lemon or banana (I used banana) and mix green food coloring in ½ and put purple food coloring in part of the Cool Whip then layer – Fun!
Y’all have a great Saturday!
I’m sharing at this linky party! I couldn’t get the button to stick but here’s the link – go on over and visit! http://www.mostlyfoodandcrafts.com/2013/03/friday-food-frenzy_21.html